Dwelling

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
It's a poem about someone who just wants to get away from all that troubles them and has to create ways to find happiness.

Submitted: October 31, 2006

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As I sit and contemplateI think about the moonlight and the way the wind zips across my face

It is such a beautiful place the night

The crickets make their music and the breeze fills out the background

Nature and it’s beauty seems to take me round and round

As high as the sky and lays me ever so gently on the soft ground

Is there any other reason to live for nature has a satisfying feeling

It takes me higher than the clouds and carries me on its wings as I sail through the black sky

Awe the moon a wonderful place to live no judge full eye no reasons to feel insignificant

To escape the constant fate of never being enough

A way to not have to always give life your biggest bluff

A place where emotions are as weightless as the gravity

When I get high enough to forget the pain

Mother earth reaches up and pulls me down again

I am not meant to be happy nor meant to reach goals

I am stuck on earth a place that hold nothing but misery and pain

Suffering is all I know and my dreams provide a way of escape

Not good enough never good enough it is the label that I have

How do I shake it

I must make plans in secret and set sail to the moon again


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